ISLAMABAD: The federal government on Thursday appointed Barrister Shehzad Ata Elahi as the new Attorney General for Pakistan (AGP).
President Alvi approved the appointment in accordance with Article 100 of the Constitution and Rules of Business.
The Ministry of Law and Justice also issued a notification for this appointment which said the President is pleased to appoint Barrister Shehzad Ata Elahi as Attorney General with the rank and status of federal minister with immediate effect.
Shehzad Elahi, the grandson of former Pakistan President Fazal Elahi Chaudhry, was known for dealing in corporate law at the prestigious law firm Cornelius, Lane, and Mufti; he also holds expertise in commercial, corporate, and constitutional litigation.
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